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1990 na calipers are 26mm alum.GTR has steal 30mm atleast r32's. I got ever caliper there is on the shelf let me know what you need.

 

And as for all this 4mm shit. Split that in half it bigger on both sides. And actually I dont think there is a size difference. It's gap size for the rotor thats different.

 

 

If MM's matter just grind of nissan. Should anyways.

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http://jzxproject.com/bbs/index.php?showtopic=2603

 

yeah the co,pany who makes mine use all the dot stuff and do automotive/truck lines all the time. Mine are also diff length in the rear for lowered cars.

 

how much are the ebay ones? The links are dead.

 

I used to runs13 to z32 conversion lines but the thing is the nissan lines on the female end are shallow. So on the body side youd end up with only a few threads which seemed kinda sketch to me. The oyota ends are deep as hell and make me feel a lot better :)

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this is where i got all my z brakes info from years ago

only thing that incorrect on here is that on the master cylinders, only nabco ones stamp the size on the MC, i have a tokico one with the same large piston, it just isnt stamped

 

http://www.importnut.net/300zxbrakeswap.htm#compare

 

enjoy the read fellahs

 

why u all gotta keep callin them steel? why not just say IRON

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this is where i got all my z brakes info from years ago

only thing that incorrect on here is that on the master cylinders, only nabco ones stamp the size on the MC, i have a tokico one with the same large piston, it just isnt stamped

 

http://www.importnut.net/300zxbrakeswap.htm#compare

 

enjoy the read fellahs

 

why u all gotta keep callin them steel? why not just say IRON

 

because they aren't %100 iron. When it's mixed with carbon and other various elements it becomes stronger and therefore becomes steel!

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Actually the more carbon in the mixture is when steel becomes iron.

 

Ferrous alloys are made up of predominantly iron and carbon. The amount of carbon determines whether the alloy is an "iron" or a steel. Iron contains greater than 2% carbon, and steel contains less than 2% carbon.

 

Then you get into things like high carbon medium carbon and low carbon steel. Low carbon contains less than 0.20%. Medium carbon contains between 0.20% and 0.50%. High carbon contains more than 0.50%.

 

Brake rotors are made from iron and calipers are either iron or aluminum.

 

And now you know...

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So to do z32 rears you need torer-v rotors or can you use IS300 rotors?

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I got my Z32 front brakes but is any one making the brackets for the rears I got accesss to a set of jzx90 rear rotors. just curous what is needed to mount the z32 rear calipers to clear work with the rotor. I would like to do this all when I swap in my new suspension.

 

I am about to order my front brackets and hub centric rings just need to sort out the rears.

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Japan theres no north american counter part that I know of . I was looking on YJP for the rear caliper brackets and there was nothing any one know where else to get them or if u can just mabye shim them or make a spacer ?

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I dont understand what the issue is with the rears? is it just the placement of the caliper to the rotor that is off? What if i didnt want to run the drum e-brake setup, could i just use stock rotors?

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Japan theres no north american counter part that I know of . I was looking on YJP for the rear caliper brackets and there was nothing any one know where else to get them or if u can just mabye shim them or make a spacer ?

 

you can't just use spacers for the rear. the bolt spacing is different. diameter of the tourer v rotor is also larger than x81.

 

here is a direct link to night pager though if that helps. sometimes they pop up on yja, but there doesn't seem to be any right now.. or they aren't listed under brakes

 

http://night-pager.com/parts/brake/page_81bracketkit.html

 

they also have a 324mm jza80 rotor + bnr32 caliper conversion which includes everything but the calipers themselves. brackets, rotors, rear drum shoes, rings, and all hardware included. it's like $800 for the set or something (front rear)

 

http://night-pager.com/parts/brake/page_81...tkit_final.html

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bumpy bump reviving an old thread.

 

Im gonna do my rear brakes and want to know what im going to need for the rear swap ?

*I have a set of z32 rear with rotors.

 

Do i need is300 rotors, and brakets?

 

 

Or am i better off just buying slotted rotors and mettalic pads? (ebay kind)

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^Man, you fucking for seriously suck @ life. I saw an expedition today w/a sticker on the back glass that read "I love someone with downs syndrome" At first I was thinking they should force it to make porn and rake in the dough, now I know they were talking about you and I just feel sorry for them. Nothing worse than loving a retarded retard...

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a shit face fuck off ^^^^ its obvious you dont know shit ethier so fuck you and suck my retarded dick.

 

 

like i was saying i want to swap my rear brakes for z32 , but most of this thread never gave a comfirmation what was needed for rear swap.

 

any helpfull info would be greatly appreciated.

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i guess i'm going to finally work something out to get people the rear brackets.

 

i'll make like 10 copies of mine if i get a few people in on it. i'm not going to do the rotor spacers though, and i'll make them so they fit IS300 rotors since I have some to test with.

 

anyone interested?

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ME, do you have the measurement on the spacer for the rotor?

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i'll provide the measurement, i just don't have it handy.

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ok, i'll take em off and find a place to have them made. I'll try to get 10 sets made and i'll post here what they will cost before i go ahead with the job.

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So the IS300 rear rotor works with the stock cressida drum e-brake?

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i'm going to confirm it, but when i got the JZX100 rotors they looked identical to is300 ones. can't remember if anyone was able to check that, but i will before i go ahead with these spacers, helluva lot easier to get cheap IS300 rotors then importing jzx100 rotors.

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I'm not to worried about the drum ill eliminate the drum part and run hydrolic e brake on the z calipers

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